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When the English spoke French

 
  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
 £11.55

Join James Robinson, Interim Director of Collections at the V&A, to discover the complex and interdependent relationship of England and Continental Europe during the Middle Ages.  

James Robinson, curator of the exhibition Medieval Treasures from the Victoria and Albert Museum: When the English spoke French, will draw from the museum’s significant collection of medieval art to illustrate the historic cultural and artistic links between medieval England and France.

James will be joined after his talk by Dr Susan Jenkins, Curator, Westminster Abbey who will discuss the possible French origins of the Abbey’s great medieval altarpiece, the ‘Westminster Retable’, commissioned in around 1259 by King Henry III.


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2024-04-18 18:00 2024-04-18 18:00 Europe/London When the English spoke French Join James Robinson, Interim Director of Collections at the V&A, to discover the complex and interdependent relationship of England and Continental Europe during the Middle Ages.   https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2024/04/18/when-the-english-spoke-french-373972 Westminster Abbey,20 Deans Yard, London,London,

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Westminster Abbey,

20 Deans Yard, London,
London,
SW1P 3PA

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